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How much RAM does a PC need for games?

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I want to play games on my personal computer, if I want to speed up the execution of video games, do I need to add more RAM?
 
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At this point I believe that 16gb should be plenty for gaming of course its always better to have more if you like to do heavy multitasking .....If you want to speed up "execution" of video games it´s more important to have SSD and game need to be installed on it.....
 
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16GB and an SSD of your choice per size. Honestly a good HDD is fast enough.
 
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16GB is optimal for such task. Like what @Zyll Goliath said, it's a good thing to get an SSD if you want actual speed gains. Installing programs, drivers, OS & games you frequently played onto the SSD will improve responsiveness & loading times a lot. You can also opt a SSHD for your large library as it helps reduce loading times a little bit better than 7200rpm HDDs.
 

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Depends what components are in your current computer, and the games you wish to play.
 
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In 2010, the recommended minimum was 2 x 4GB if you wanted to be able to lay AAA games ... since 2016, it's been 2 x 16GB. Can get away witjh yes, of course, but expect the bigger and better games to be negatively impacted. And please never stick single sticks ina diual channel board thinking yu can "get a 2nd one later".... it rarely ends well.
 
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No point offering advice until we find out the O.P's system specs.
 
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No point offering advice until we find out the O.P's system specs.
if he buys the "recommended amount" by the Guild of Ram manufacturers , he likely wont have enough money to build a PC to list.:roll:

"its recommended you have $650 worth of Ram to play your $60 Game" :slap: :laugh:
 
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ram is funny stuff.. having more than you need wont speed up anything but having less will surely slow things down..

to simply play games 8 gb would be enough..

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The fact of the matter is ,ram prices are absurd ,and purchasing more than 16GB of RAM out of the gate "blindly" for gaming because it is the "accepted amount" ,is just looking for something to throw money at it, which is fine, its only money. But sensibility tells us (if money matters) to buy what you KNOW you need, then if you can see your hitting 100% usage, order some more (dont worry, they'll be selling ram tomorrow too). This practice will show ram manufacturers it's not OK to increase price/Gb by 3x. If everybody bought only the ram they absolutely needed, consumer ram sales would drop 50%, & maybe then prices would decrease, im not sure, but this "buy more" mentality isnt working, as anyone can see. In recent years, i too have ordered 16GB right out of the gate , but this most recent build, i decided it was enough, as i refuse to pay suckers prices. I ordered 8Gb's, & its been plenty. Obviously I'm not saying 8 GB is sufficient for everybody, but I am advocating that it is sufficient for many people who have twice as much or more. Making a change w/ our wallets is our best weapon. im not posting this in reply to anyone here, but instead, in reply to the absurd Ram prices, so save your angry defense replies, as im not attacking anyone's purchasing habits, & im not interested.
 

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I have 4 x 8GB,

I want to play games on my personal computer, if I want to speed up the execution of video games, do I need to add more RAM?
As @Toothless said

16GB and an SSD of your choice per size. Honestly a good HDD is fast enough.
If considering a HDD Western Digital Black wouldn't be a bad choice.
 
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The thing is alot of customers come to me whit a problem that my games are slowing down i need more RAM but the thing is

that most of the time they run out of VRAM and if you run out of vram the system starts using system ram witch is many times slower and causes significant fps drops.

So with the current idiotic ram prices 8gb will suffice but then it depends if you use Mods on games and so on.

If you have a gpu with 3 or 4gb of vram and 8gb of dram and you play @1080p then your good to go keep on gaming.
 
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You should watch out for the graphics card as well, not just system RAM. :)
 

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ram is funny stuff.. having more than you need wont speed up anything but having less will surely slow things down..

to simply play games 8 gb would be enough..

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While you are technically correct it should be noted that a well optimized OS and software will not slow down when it starts swapping. Of course, even in 2018 Windows is the worst offender for memory utilization. 8 gigs is plenty in every other operating system.
 
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8Gb or 16Gb for more room ,but never 2x16 ))))) on gaming
 
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While you are technically correct it should be noted that a well optimized OS and software will not slow down when it starts swapping. Of course, even in 2018 Windows is the worst offender for memory utilization. 8 gigs is plenty in every other operating system.
i think you are well wrong on that statement.. when windows has to start "swapping" its reading and writing to whatever storage system a machine is using.. in a worse case scenario it would be a spinning disk.. but even in a best case scenario.. nothing will come close to the speed of ram..

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I've seen a few of the games I play reach ~10.5GB, that's going to be a serious problem on a 8GB system. And that was just the system and the game. If you have a X79/X99/X299 system, get 4x4GB for quad channel, cpu intensive games will get a nice boost.

https://www.purepc.pl/pamieci_ram/t...bach_single_vs_dual_vs_quad_channel?page=0,22
https://www.purepc.pl/pamieci_ram/t...bach_single_vs_dual_vs_quad_channel?page=0,21
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At this point I believe that 16gb should be plenty for gaming of course its always better to have more if you like to do heavy multitasking .....If you want to speed up "execution" of video games it´s more important to have SSD and game need to be installed on it.....
ya, I ran hwinfo64 logging for a month of all day use and its like never used over 3 gb. on a 64 bit system only time I come close to using the 16 gb is programs I can select how much of my system memory to be used or all and swap .

you could run task manager and monitor the proformance tab and see how much your using on the fly through out the days work and see [2,78gb] is about it peak . not to say you could use more but only one oprogram I got could use well over 16 and its a bench test called Y-cruncher .
common everyday normal stuff you'll never use it or come close to 16 .

2x 8 for 16 is fine

https://www.quora.com/Does-a-game-really-exist-that-requires-4GB-graphic-memory

https://www.gamingscan.com/how-much-ram-for-gaming/

https://www.pcgamer.com/how-much-ram-do-you-really-need-for-gaming/

https://www.techspot.com/article/1043-8gb-vs-16gb-ram/

not to say some kinda of professional programs or benches / tests can use all you got or allot to it . only you know what you run and its needs on that part .

the guy using that 10 gb above may need to look at something like his memory is not refreshing itself or that windows SuperFetch is at issue or something
 
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On steam people are using 2gb to 4gb and u guys say 16 to 32 gb ))))

Better rec is 8 Gb or 16 if available money,now :D

Edit: Even AAAAAAAA titles )))
 
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16GB RAM and a MX500 or WD SATA SSD would last for a long time.
 
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